Test: Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross PHEV

The recent update of the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross certainly belongs in the category ‘special facelifts’. The car was not only longer, but also received a plug-in hybrid powertrain. High time to put this plug hybrid to a test.

A facelift can mean anything from a subtle redesign of the light units to the arrival of a completely new front. Mitsubishi goes one step further than the latter: the Eclipse Cross is no less than fourteen centimeters longer than the original introduced in 2017. The car owes part of those extra centimeters to a front that secretly turns out to be completely different, but the majority of the extra length is accounted for by the rear. There we find not only new taillights, but also a one-piece rear window, a significantly larger overhang and a completely different modeled tailgate. If you put the ‘old’ and the new Eclipse Cross next to each other, you could just …

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Source: AutoWeek by www.autoweek.nl.

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